Emiliano Treré is a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Scuola Normale Superiore (Italy), and a Research Fellow within the COSMOS Center for Social Movements Studies based at the same institution. He was previously an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the Autonomous University of Querétaro (Mexico), and a Research Fellow at Lakehead University (Canada). His research combines insights from practice theory, ecological approaches, mediation paradigms, and the sociology of culture and communication, in order to understand the multiple roles that communication plays within social movements. He has published extensively in top ranked international journals (such as New Media & Society, Communication Theory, Convergence, Comunicación y Sociedad, Global Media & Communication, Information, Communication & Society, the International Journal of Communication) and books on digital activism, alternative media and the challenges of digital technology for political communication. He is coeditor of “Social Media and Protest Identities” (Information, Communication & Society, 2015) and “Latin American Struggles & Digital Media Resistance” (International Journal of Communication, 2015). His book, provisionally titled Complexities of Contemporary Digital Activism: Social Movements and Political Parties in Spain, Italy and Mexico, is forthcoming for the Routledge Studies in Radical History and Politics.
Research interests: digital politics, media ecologies, Latin America, anti-austerity protests, and algoritmic resistanceHome page
Edited Volume - 2018
Journal Article - 2017